Version: 1.2.95 (using KDE KDE 3.1.4)
Installed from: Debian testing/unstable Packages
(Received through the Debian BTS as #226116.)
(I cannot reproduce this bug since I only have i386 machines to test on, but if you CC firstname.lastname@example.org then you'll keep the original bug submitter in the loop. - Ben.)
Karbon14 seems to be suffering an endianness bug on PPC. When a blank document is selected, the page appears as cyan. Drawing a square and filling it with solid white also produces cyan on the canvas, even though the color (and *all* colors) appears correct in the color dialog. Seems like the karbon14-specific canvas code is messing up the rgb values due to endianness assumptions.
Any progress on this? To provide a little more info...
When I select a circle, and set it's RGB value to black, that's fine. When I then increase the R slider, nothing happens. Increasing only the G slider makes it blue, while increasing only the B slider makes it green.
filling a shape with a colour at 99% opacity works fine. 100% opacity and <bang> it goes wrong as described above.
Same for me, I have to use the 99% opacity. If I choose 100% "white" for example, it is displayed as cyan eventhough any other viewer application shows the save file correctly.
I think this one can safely be closed now. Karbon in trunk does use Qt for all the drawing now, which does the right thing (TM) with regard to endianness.